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An Overview of Smoke and Dye Testing

July 14, 2021
An Overview of Smoke and Dye Testing

Smoke and dye testing have been indispensable tools for underground pipe locating in Middletown, OH and everywhere else for decades. These two methods have been essential to studying a system’s level of inflow and infiltration, which is becoming increasingly important now that aging municipal collection systems come under heavier pressure as cities grow. SWS Environmental,…

What Video Pipe Inspections Can and Can’t Detect

July 9, 2021
What Video Pipe Inspections Can and Can’t Detect

One of the reasons SWS Environmental performs video pipe inspections in Cincinnati, OH is because of the useful information that we can obtain this way. Plus, our camera-based inspections are non-intrusive and can be completed fairly quickly. But while video pipe inspections are a highly efficient way to determine the condition of your pipes, it’s…

The Hazards of Clogged Storm Drains

June 21, 2021
The Hazards of Clogged Storm Drains

It rains in Florence all throughout the year. When all that water gets mixed with all the debris from the leaves and twigs, it can spell trouble for your storm drains. SWS Environmental is proud to be a division under CME. We are a professional company that you can count on for your storm drain…

Utility Locator Services: What You Need to Know

June 14, 2021
underground pipe locating in Cincinnati, OH

For any successful digging project, utility locating is essential to avoid expensive damages or accidents. Without proper locating, issues that can be hard to address can arise. That’s why you need to rely on a trusted company like SWS Environmental that specializes in underground pipe locating in Cincinnati, OH. Our top-of-the-line equipment quickly detects any…

Be A Part of Our Team

June 9, 2021

As the largest and only dedicated sewer repair and pipe lining company in Ohio and the Tri-State Area, SWS Environmental continues to make great strides in the industry. We remain committed to meeting the needs of our clients. Our team utilizes only the latest in trenchless technology and is well-versed in storm drain system needs.…

Why Storm Drain Inspections Matter

May 25, 2021
storm drain system

A storm drain system plays the crucial role of redirecting excess water away from streets, buildings, and other important infrastructure after heavy rains or a storm. If left unchecked, unregulated stormwater flow can cause issues such as erosion. Stormwater control is, therefore, a critical measure to mitigate damage caused by runoff water. Why Undertake Frequent…

Our Low-Pressure Air Testing Services

May 14, 2021
underground pipe locating in Florence, KY

Whether you’re planting a tree or excavating for the basement or foundation of a new home, underground pipe locating in Florence, KY, is essential to the safety and the success of the project. At SWS Environmental, our technicians offer thorough underground locating services for all types of pipes and utilities. Read on to learn about…

How Inspection Reporting Benefits You

May 6, 2021
Pipe Inspection

It’s no secret that regular pipe inspections are highly beneficial for commercial property owners. If you’re looking for a reliable provider of quality pipe inspections, SWS Environmental is happy to do the job. We have the best equipment, and we offer comprehensive services including video pipe inspections in Cincinnati, OH that meet the unique needs…

Anatomy of Storm Drains

April 28, 2021
storm drain maintenance in Middletown, OH

There are many benefits that come with storm drain maintenance in Middletown, OH regularly provided by the SWS Environmental team. To give you a better idea of how storm drains works and how regular inspections and cleanings greatly help in keeping the system functional,we go over the basic design and anatomy of storm drains. Direct…

Main Benefits of Hydro Excavation

April 7, 2021
underground pipe locating in Florence, KY

Hydro excavation is a way of shifting and excavating soil using pressurized water together with an air vacuum machine to suck up debris. The pressurized water digs the earth while the air vacuum system transfers the washed-out debris into a waste tank. This excavation technique reduces the expenses and pitfalls incurred through traditional digging methods.…